Former Penn State quarterbacks coach Jay Paterno watches as Rob Bolden (1) warms up before the game in September 2010. Paterno and former assistant coach Bill Kenney have filed a $1 million lawsuit against the university.
Former Penn State quarterbacks coach Jay Paterno watches as Rob Bolden (1) warms up before the game in September 2010. Paterno and former assistant coach Bill Kenney have filed a $1 million lawsuit against the university. CDT file photo
Former Penn State quarterbacks coach Jay Paterno watches as Rob Bolden (1) warms up before the game in September 2010. Paterno and former assistant coach Bill Kenney have filed a $1 million lawsuit against the university. CDT file photo

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